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Concerns over impact of proposed Tormsdale wind farm on salmon in River Thurso  

Credit:  By Iain Grant | John O'Groat Journal | 22 February 2022 | www.johnogroat-journal.co.uk ~~

Salmon fishers on the River Thurso are on the warpath about a new wind farm being planned near several of its most popular beats.

Swedish utility Arise is facing a barrage of objections to the plans to add to the existing clusters of turbines on the Causewaymire.

Backed by Thurso River Ltd (TRL), nearly 50 anglers have registered their opposition to the 70 megawatt development at Tormsdale, eight kilometres south of Halkirk.

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Source:  By Iain Grant | John O'Groat Journal | 22 February 2022 | www.johnogroat-journal.co.uk

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